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v the amherst news-times vol. xxi, number 48 friday, december 8, 1939 sandstone center of world (15 0 start classes for mothers-to-be a series expectant mothers was inaugurated wednesday afternoon at hospital by miss iuith .haddock and mrs. helen hoy county health dept. paddock said chosen site these lessons because large percentage births that occur here. will be held every two weeks, said, with tho choice meeting day to lie left women in class. there are six each series, three dealing care mother baby. however, run coun-tlnuously may join any time. is no co3t kind connected classes. program lias approval all physicians some latter have even suggested class fathers. of, this sort worked into program. said. been running year wellington, part state department pythians meet here mon. knights pythias from thro-out loraln-co gather monday night meeting. officers holman lodge lorain charge while put on first rank. election feature monday's george benedict elected chancellor commander; carter, vice chancellor; herman beesing, prelate; jack leo, master arms; ed young, work; bert monger, keeper records seals; wm. heller, finance; ehrman, oxchequer; bob fleck-ner, inner guard geoffrey outer guard. dr. hall resigned as trustee al kreeger appointed fill vacancy. young during heller were named delegate alternate grand lodge. iljusiness session, reinstatements announced plans discussed 6:30 a. m. new year's day. speech contest postponed prince peace scheduled 'held hero last sunday next wellington. x.oraln contestant objected holding so changed. one each, elyria contest. mickie says r tryim' td write au 1w wewis vour dvstautt&ieudis quite ataskjwy mot subscraget'trtts vxlettert-rcm home -c-vr i tec? 5) urv nt.ru t puppies would ideal xmas gift if children want fox terrier puppy christmas, they can their wish fulfilled see atty john smythe. smythe has four his homo woodhlll-dr he like give away. doesn't kill pups them! who wants them. anyone interested invited call pups. however won't able leave until about christmas hear committee advertising business men listened report its regular imonday st joseph's school. told vermilion which fines merchant whenever buys ad vertising not previously approved committee. continue study, take action subject january ah men, whether members association or not, attend discussion voted donate $5 red cross, salvation army tuber culosis association. also recommended same community chest mem bers office. make ouota fifth straight month announcement amateur show bo thursday ing ihe eagles urged friends neighbors unusual talent enter contest, challenge athletic club ping pong match accepted it decided hold tournament, five ton players represent match. president don fullmer an nounced had received ribbon decorate station, indicating con secutive month, aerie made us quota members. ho reported district sandusky sunday. aerio pur chase $2 worth seals. calling attention record distinguished service f. powers you wouldn't believe story having do anything cola ana coioness siuue could absorbingly interesting you've talked mr. nugent round out 54th num ber quarry come april first. realize when visit him must very whet, began work quarries. was, only thirteen years old , after parents eastern pennsylvania where born. settled delightful section brownhelm north center, still stone barn ruins houses. exact nugent's home, lad, house steve moore now resides, designated "tho stands today." elder once quarries, being, magnet drawn h 1 m westward, attended several schools abounding remembers well impressive settlement j. rice 10th. choir heard pta cnpella high school present preceding pta, waller miller, announced. finest musical' organizations dstrict won national prizes. 'give promptly 7:30 session follow. refreshments rick died funeral services morning esther hick, 0-1, her following long illness. liick resident past 27 years, coming hungary. she member st. church nukedvelo organization lorain. survived sons, louis, .lack, fieoige steve; daughters, imrs. joseph bromwell, fred eberhardt august hoshman; brothers, stephen julius fiynricza, both cleveland; eight grandchildren great grandchild. rites rev. fr. james 11. smith, officiating. burial calvary cemetery. lay btone houses picturesque floor fresh spring water piped watering stock. nlcholl family, (breath life quarries those early days, occupied nearest barn, between buildings little road, known smoky hollow, rambled northward along road company went days week pits, miles south. another group stood across home. but trees shrubbery fronting them dense, tells, passing scarcely know human fell, lights windows twinkled thru screen branches. station thriving then, too, stores, lack ot places refreshment. attained ago thirteen, father took no. 6 got job hoy. since time, john's name continued page 3 celebratfi anniversary whose fiftieth wadding celebrated decern- athletics pay own way through receipts onp few size runs self-supporting basis. coach hubbard revealed showed figures accounting expenditures money taken tests. football never pays lor itself enough basketball games up deficit carry expense track season, .this year, outfitted if!) ibjjys .cost s800. most equipment lasts yearly cost 2 00. other expenses include s50 officials, 20 tape medical supplies; si 5 practice equipment; $35 transportation; $25 letters; $20 contracts s75 insurance. makes total expenpe $4g1. board education - balls, dummies, etc, making actual oxpenso $4 season. netted s287.su leaving 112.50. 15 junior costs $3g5. etxras such cheerleaders suits, managers jackets, score books, knee pads s400 $100 basketball. officials $90; transportation, $75; con- honors 78th birthday ruth occasion sur-prlso dinner saturday night. ruth's daughter, paul linden arranged party. guests wore c. e. schmidt, claude wigfleld, elyria, ruth. decorated cak"e centered table course served. music conversation diversions evening. legion town decorations elmer johnson post american again holiday fri meeting, lunch served fcy michael, ray jewett tom bruce, leglon- alres successful seeking office november election. tracts visiting shools, $50; tickets s25, picture annual $20. totals slifio. sg0g.30. subtracting leaves bal ance $134. $75 ."-pent equipment. what ever then used buy extra game jerseys bought team sideline jackets can-lay claim best teams .l,jtsjague probably similar size. outfits, black wliite games. xew pants outfits worn thf time against oberliu. gold seat white front trimmed green. amherst's reserve cage better than many varsity weai'. comprised boys. 13 boys b squad, either two. addition squad completely pants, jackets. does stop comiplete lntfa-mural combined brings playing sport 250. planning complete p.t.a. tells mexican rotary rotarian waddle, sandusky, gave address before club, monday, attendance internation mexico. told, attractive way, mexicans cordial treatment entertain raent him. vlow interests purpose all. find for. politicians, says, think interest, rotary; statesmen public interest help serve best, truo rotarian. added dictatorial countries kicked masonry tried kick christian lty out, democratic just dictatorships want. awards given court honor june draga jm1 ttpiflc ttntini tnll ' forty-five students, ten more listed roll, released marian steele, ) principal. girls dominate list, taking 38 places. draga, tied top end weeks myrtle barckert, havng a's, alone g a's. doris shirley sweet harold kline close behind senior pupils list 15. sophomores 13, juniors 9 freshmen 8. compete roll: draga; myrthlo kline, ;ind sweet: 4 lois ehlert, mary alice penton, naomi heichert, betty both, ora mae schaeffer, janet thelma springer, robert wenzei bet ty witte; bans, florence behrendt. vir ginia stevens, willi el in, leona dybinski, riddle, wllnia holzhauor, vera mao schubert, norma jacqueline braeudigar ..i. dei'""''1 uth; a's; nraijuiio lawrence, marilyn pietch, irene towne, ruth, eileen connell, dorothy gawne, imlldred kaser, goldie kocsls, rosenkranz, schulz, walker; a, martha hollstein, marjorie brill, charles hamann, edwin foster gail higgins. civics council civic failed get true perspective doings village tuesday chose routine transacted. resolution passed giving permission builder n. ridge tap trunk line sewer the- sanatorium. commission ers. wernor zilch instructed fix s. lake-st w. martin-st. bond michael mayor approved. business. appointment cemetery trustees was" carried over couple 48th mock wedding fea ture south townsend honored martin schroeder, brownhelm, friday party swiss hall, amherst, attended. justice englo offflciated ceremony deanno palmer acting bride groom. h. arndt, brownhelm. pre sented huge cake luncheon followed dancing later proved diversion group. exams i. q's. students underwent brain struggled tneir ijs tne general ex aminations year. wed nesday thursday. 18 scouts eighteen advanced scout itlrvltf wl.nti tvia lnnnl (minn linlfl congre- gauunui ciiuruu gym gym. tenderfoot scouts, nine second f-even opening joe wesbecher spoke "a son". scouting marks era boy. prior receiving end, becomes begins serve, "scouting teaches him' important life, cooperation benefit whole. learns independence, stand feet. mother, things himself, among traits taught boy respect rights others, tell truth, pleasure doing useful things, courtesy, describes "oil social machinery smoothly", loyalty, decent civil authority, physical mental cleanliness bravery. compliments speaker highly complimented talk allen, executive flre- -n called upon glvo meetings, hoped accept. burris, speaker, movement united states abroad, rapid growth communiy upbuilding. kendelgh pres.ided honor. tender-frikj;icgivdii kuntz congregatonal church, hogrefe, merit badges nab-akowskl, jim daniels. wore: tenderfoots: mike dadosevich, donald mackenzie; iscouts: donnely, ehrman jr., gordon ward, phillip holiday, lee lousier, clyde nugent, richard croyle, harry sablers. scouts: schiefersteln, schultz. gaylord kruse, relchert, albln wagner. wesbecher, sam wragg. badges: cletus carpentry, handicraft; leusler, schultz, music, handicraft, mechanical drawing, carpentry; wagner, swimming, painting, angling; wood work, jamies firemanship, athletics, electricity, pioneering. isamuel wragg, m., cement plumbing, health, personal masonary, carpentry. director nominated wed. nominations cleveland milk produaers federation 1:30 p. grafton l. mcconnell, director, charge. directors conducted foy mall ballot concluded mpf cevoland central ymca thursday, jan. 18. roy hathaway daughter janet, sayors, pa., visited parents, henry ernst, gone homo.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1939-12-08|
|Date of Original||1939-12-08|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1939-12-08 21 48|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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